Achievements....October 27, 1997
Preston Britner, Family Studies, and N.D. Reppucci, "Prevention
of child maltreatment: evaluation of a parent education program
for teen mothers," in Journal of Child and Family Studies, Vol.
6, no. 2, pp. 165-75.
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may bedirected to her at (860) 486-3530.
Thomas Chen, Molecular and Cell Biology
and Biotechnology Center, and Hans Laufer, Molecular and Cell
Biology, had their work in aquaculture described extensively
in an article in Genetic and Engineering News, September 1, 1997.
Richard Vengroff, Political Science, and Elisabeth Gidengil,
"Representational gains of Canadian women or token growth? The
case of Quebec's municipal politics," in Canadian Journal of
Political Science, September 1997, pp. 513-38.
Preston Britner, Family
Studies, is co-author of N.D. Reppucci, Preston Britner, and J.L.
Woolard, Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect through
(Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes, 1997).
Karen File, marketing, is
co-author of Karen File and Russ Prince, Building Your Business
(HNW Press, 1997).
Howard Reed, emeritus, history, served as
guest editor for the Middle East Journal's special issue on Turkey,
Vol. 51, no. 1, 1997, 174 pp.
Zbigniew J. Witczak, School of Pharmacy,
has been elected to the editorial board of Current Medicinal
Preston Britner, Family Studies, gave an invited
address on "Foster care and the family" at a Perspectives on
the Family symposium at Hampden-Sydney College, Va., in October.
Vengroff, Political Science, has been elected vice president of
the American Council for Quebec Studies.
Zbigniew J. Witczak,
School of Pharmacy, has been appointed to the ad hoc peer grant
review committee of the chemistry section of the National Science
Howard Reiter, Political Science, spent eight days
in South Korea in late September and early October, delivering
eight lectures on U.S. politics under the auspices of the U.S.
Information Agency. These included the keynote address to the
Regional Seminar on the Role of Trade and Economics in National
Politics and a presentation to a panel of the Korean Political